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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Location: Los Albaricoques - Town of Morales

 
Los Albaricoques is a very familiar site to Spaghetti Western fans, beginning with it's appearance in A Fistful of Dollars.  This location would go on to appear in three LVC films, including For a Few Dollars More (as seen here), Day of Anger, and El Condor.

This small town has fully embraced this cinema background, with signage throughout the town marking where important scenes from these films were shot.  Additionally all the streets in the town have been renamed after Spaghetti Western personalities.

This report will focus on it's appearance as the fictional town of Morales in El Condor.
 

 Chavez's men in the town



 Jaroo spots Dolores
 



 "Ain't you being a little rough on him?"



 Jaroo goes to help the boy at the well



 Jaroo and the boy practice drawing

 

Saturday, June 18, 2016

Saturday, June 11, 2016

Location: Tabernas - Parting of Ways - Stranger & Gunfighter

 
The Stranger & The Gunfighter was LVC's last western shot in Spain. This production revisits many locations used in previous films such as For A Few Dollars More (Mini Hollywood), Captain Apache / Bad Man's River (EM70 Studios), and El Condor (the fortress is featured briefly).

Near the climax of the film LVC and Lo Lieh briefly part ways outside of the enemy fortress.  For this exterior and one brief interior later the El Condor fortress was used (the remaining fortress shots were shot at EM70 studios near Madrid). 

This scene was shot entirely in Tabernas in a ravine near El Condor.  While the remains of the fortress are now in ruin, the rocky landscape is still identifiable from The Stranger and The Gunfighter.


Dakota looks over the fortress
 

Dakota rejoins Ho
 

the two decide to part ways
 
 
Additional photos below (click to enlarge)